An aircraft maintenance company went about fixing a Boeing 767 brought in for service. After completing its work, the shop returned the jet to its owners along with a bill for the repairs. When, in a few months, the shop didn’t get paid, it placed a repairman’s lien on the plane – recording notice of the monies it was owed. Suit was eventually filed to foreclose the lien; an open and shut case thought the repair shop. But in what could become a game changer for all those whose business practice has been to release items before getting paid, the court denied the lien enforcement action.